STEINER, RUDOLF, SHEPHERD, A.P., NICOLL, M.R.
Title Redemption of Thinking, The Study in the Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas
Publisher United States Anthroposophic Press Inc 1983
0880100443 / 9780880100441
Seller ID 1050
A deep study of Thomas Aquinas and Augustine, the essence of Thomism, and Thomism in the present time. Also included are appendices and supplemental material by the translators.
Rudolf Steiner begins by depicting the background of early Christian thought, from which scholastic philosophers arose. He goes on to focus on the "unanswered question" of the scholastic movement: How can human thinking be made Christ-like and develop upward into a vision of the spiritual world? A study of subsequent European thought, especially that of Kant, leads to the possibility of deepening the scientific thinking that arose from scholasticism into spiritual perception. Steiner explains that this is true Christianity since the beginning of the twentieth century. Every page contains thought at a high level." -British Weekly
Also included are appendices and supplemental material by the translators.
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